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Farz karo hum ehl_e_wafa

Farz karo hum ehl_e_wafa hon, Farz karo hum Deewaney hon
Farz karo ye dono batein Jhuti hon, Afsanay hon



Farz karo yeh jee ki bipta, jee say jorh sunai ho
Farz karo abhi aur bhi ho, Aadhi sunai ho



Farz karo tumhen khush karnay k dhunday humney Bhaney hon
Farz karo ye nain tumhare, such much k May’khaney hon



Farz karo ye rog ho jhoota, jhooti peet hamari ho
Farz karo iss peet k rog mein Saans bhi hum pe bhari ho



Farz karo ye jog bajog ka hum nay dhong rachaya ho
Farz karo bus yehi haqeeqat, Baqi sub Maya ho..

Latest Urdu Poetry

Salute the last and everlasting day,
Joy at th' uprising of this Sun, and Son,
Ye whose true tea

teri duniya se ye dil is liye ghabraata hai
is sarae mein koi aata koi jata hai
tu ne kya dil ki

railroad yard in San Jose
I wandered desolate
in front of a tank factory
and sat on a bench

Bright cap and streamers,
He sings in the hollow:
Come follow, come follow,
All you that love.

Rony Ki Saza Hai Na Rulany Ki Saza Hai
Ye Dard-E-Mohabbat Ko Nibhany Ki Saza Hai
Hansty Hain To Aa

Phir se ankhon main khawb insha ji,
Ijtinaab, ijtinaab, ijtinaab insha ji..

aaj yun mauj-dar-mauj gham tham gaya is tarah gham-zadon ko qarar aa gaya
jaise KHush-bu-e-zulf-e-

Kahin tanha na kar dey tujhe munfarid rehne ka shok FARAZ...
jab din dhalay to kisi se haal-e-dil k

Gaahe gaahe bas ab yahi ho kya?
Tumse mil kar bahut khushi ho kya?

Mil rahi ho bare tapaak ke sa

Tell me not, in mournful numbers,
Life is but an empty dream!
For the soul is dead that slumbers,

For Thomas Edwards Wanning


Think of the storm roaming the sky uneasily
like a dog looking for

Naam hi kya nishaN hi kya khaab O khyaal ho gaye
Teri misaal de ke hum teri misaal ho gaye

Saya

Sanson Ka Chalna DiL Ka Machalna Jiske Ye BadoLat Hai,
Teri Hi Mohbbat hai,

Khuwabo Me Aana,

Log Parh Lete Hain Meri Aankhon Se Tere Pyaar Ki Shiddat

Mujh Se Ab Tere Ishq Ki Or Hifaazat Nahi

Mohabbat tark ki mene, garebaan* sii liya mene,
Zamane ab to khush ho zeher yeh bhi pii liya mene,

wo maghroor sa tha phir bhi achaaa lagta tha,

Wo apna nhi tha phir bhi apna lagta tha ,

Reht

Rog Aise B Gham-E-Yaar Se Lag Jate Hain
:
Dar Se Uthte Hain To Dewaar Se Lag Jate Hain
:
Be-

The day is ending,
The night is descending;
The marsh is frozen,
The river dead.

Through cloud

A process in the weather of the heart
Turns damp to dry; the golden shot
Storms in the freezing to

HaNse to aaNkh se aaNsu ravaaN hamare hue
K hum pe dost bahut mehrbaaN hamare hue



Bahut se z

Urdu Poetry

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